|Change in Bottom-Tier Home Prices, Jan 2009-Nov 2010|
Housing price declines continue to be led by the bottom third of the market, which is in a virtual free fall in several cities. Prices for homes in the bottom tier in Atlanta fell by 9.4 percent in November and have fallen at a 69.6 percent annual rate over the last three months. In Minneapolis, prices for bottom-tier homes fell by 1.7 percent in November and dropped at a 40.9 percent annual rate over the last three months. The annual rate of decline for bottom-tier homes over the last three months was 16.3 percent in New York, 21.7 percent in Boston, 28.8 percent in Chicago and 31.8 percent in Portland.
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